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Applying the basics post-flop

Author: PSO Staff / 25 Jun 2017 / 340
The Poker Basics course examined in depth the correct strategy for post-flop play in all poker disciplines. In no limit ...
Level: Beginner

Poker Cash Game Guide: Choosing the right game for you

Author: PSO Staff / 16 Jun 2017 / 706
If you've never played cash games before and want to get involved it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start. There are a whole host of different poker games to choose from, a wide range of stakes and other factors such as how many whether you want to play heads-up or with more opponents. It can be overwhelming – which is why PokerSchoolOnline is here to help you get started.
 

MTT Strategy: The Early Stage

Author: PSO Staff / 10 Jun 2017 / 398
The early stage of a tournament is very similar to a cash game. The stacks are still very big in relation to the blinds. ...

Don’t make the worse hand fold! - Part 2

Author: PSO Staff / 22 May 2017 / 512
Last time I wrote about preflop and postflop situations where the opponent folded because of betsizing too large, which lead to you losing value. In the second part of this article I'll tell you which mistakes you should avoid on the turn and river.

Don’t make the worse hand fold! - Part 1

Author: PSO Staff / 16 May 2017 / 535
In my last article I wrote about the importance of river c-bets. Today we'll look at why it's important not to overdo it by betting too big and making your opponent fold their hand. It's a common dilemma whether to simply stop your opponent from staying in the hand by betting big, or take a risk by giving them the opportunity to hit the missing card; one that they can potentially beat us with.

How To Play Classic Trouble Hands Like A Pro

Author: PSO Staff / 05 May 2017 / 1204
Think of the poker hands that have caused you the most [delete as appropriate] confusion/pain/agony/trauma/trouble since you started playing No Limit Texas Hold'em. Now, everyone will have their own individual voodoo hands but there are a few common holdings that regularly come up in the conversation. 
Join us as we go through two of the most villainous hands in poker – and explain how you can turn them around to work in your favour… 

The Importance of Betting the River in Position

Author: PSO Staff / 02 May 2017 / 826
In this article we'll be dealing with a very common mistake and its correction, namely missing value bets on the river when in position.

How to use the Poker Odds Calculator

Author: PSO Staff / 28 Apr 2017 / 2273
PokerSchoolOnline has its very own mistake-proof Odds Calculator that will do the heavy maths for you.

Poker Cash Game Guide: Raising vs Calling

Author: PSO Staff / 23 Apr 2017 / 507
If you only raise with your strong hands, and limp in with every mediocre hand that you want to play, then it's going to be very easy for your opponents to read you. Instead, if you raise preflop with all hands that you wish to play, it's going to be impossible to get a read on you. You could have anything from pocket Aces to a suited connector to a small pair – it will be impossible to tell. Read on .... 

What can we learn from Tom ‘durrrr’ Dwan?

Author: PSO Staff / 21 Apr 2017 / 1073
Tom 'durrrr' Dwan is one of the most exciting poker players to ever play the game. Whether it's online or live, Dwan crushed the highest stakes cash games in the world against extraordinary competiton such as Phil Ivey, Patrik Antonius and more.

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